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EPHS passing knowledge on to CMS

EPHS passing knowledge on to CMS

Kelly Pu, Writer

March 23, 2017


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“When we started, we didn’t think it would be this success. We literally were like, ‘Okay, if we get four tutors, we’ll be so happy,’” said senior Nadia Shaarawi when asked about PASS’s success. In just two years, the program has grown to 30 tutors and has become an integral part of CMS. Started...

Protesting in Minnesota

Protesting in Minnesota

Mickey Venkateswaran, Writer

March 23, 2017


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After President Trump’s inauguration, many different groups of people around the US gathered to protest some of Trump’s policies, general American sentiment, and to shed light on issues that aren’t always represented by the elected representatives. A multitude of EPHS students have participated...

Polar Plunge

Kelly Pu, Writer

March 1, 2017


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By Kelly Pu Organized by Special Olympics and the law enforcement, Polar Plunge is an opportunity for groups of brave people to jump into Minnesota’s freezing cold lakes to raise money. There are over 20 plunges taking place from January to March where over 15,000 people will raise millions for...

Fake “news” isn’t news anymore

Fake “news” isn’t news anymore

Ally Cottrell, Writer

February 9, 2017


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Fake news, the increasingly popular phrase used by social media users and the new president alike to describe everything from fake celebrity deaths to demeaning sources with differing viewpoints, is not a joke anymore. In 2016, Craig Silverman, who works at Buzzfeed, compared the Facebook engagement...

DECA’s PROP Food Drive

DECA’s PROP Food Drive

Gabby Thomas, Writer

December 8, 2016


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The holiday season is an exciting time for most of us, but for those who are struggling to provide the basic necessities for themselves and their families, this isn't always the happiest time of year.  Children who receive free or reduced lunches at school sometimes go without meals over the long breaks...

Designing Pathways

Emma Swanson, Writer

October 28, 2016


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By Emma Swanson Big changes could be coming to the high school, some of the recommendations include having an eight period day, the inclusion of a capstone project, and more online classes. Now with the transition to the second phase of the Designing Pathways program, it will soon be decided which...

Touchdowns for Thomas: Scoring students scholarships by honoring teachers who inspire

Touchdowns for Thomas: Scoring students scholarships by honoring teachers who inspire

Gabby Thomas, Writer & Photographer

September 22, 2016


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By Gabby Thomas DECA’s third annual PowderPuff Charity Game is on Sept 24 from 5 to 9. p.m. The game is dedicated to Vince Thomas, an EPHS teacher recently diagnosed with cancer, and all other teachers who inspire us. “We have nearly 400 girls signed up, which is a pretty outstanding amount....

To Drink or Not to Drink

Calder Sell

June 2, 2016


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As long as there is alcohol and an age limit, there will be underage drinking. Living in a spectrum between absolute boredom and unbearable stress, teens and young adults naturally gravitate towards a way to cope with the weight of the world. Alcohol opens up a world to teens that presents a seemingly...

Jammin’ Out for a Good Cause

Rachel Johnson

May 26, 2016


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The Amnesty Club is hosting the annual Jamnesty concert where students can jam out for a good cause. Jamnesty will be held this Saturday the 28th at 7 pm in the New Commons. The cost is five dollars for students and seven for adults. All of the proceeds go to the White Helmet Fund. The Syria’s White Helm...

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